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Missouri Western University named Malia Cunningham, Ian Fletcher and Mashel Keplinger of Holt, and Sydney Bolles, Mae Chaney, Madison Peisert, Jeremiah Smith and Lizzy Williams of Kearney on it's President's Honor Roll for achieving a 4.0 GPA. Additionally, it named Ashley Hacker and Conner …

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Churches across Clay County are canceling or suspending activities and events from Johnny's Cafe at Liberty Christian Church to all the many Lenten lessons in light of the COVID-19 prevention efforts. Many churches are offering Facebook Live or recorded sermons. Contact your church offices o…

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Kyla Andersen, Celine Bodgett-Wright, Samantha Dillon, Bailey Drake, Samuel Fields, Maya Franklin, Kari Harris, Jennifer James, Emma Latz, Grace Moore, Hannah Ousley, Cassandra Pierce, Nicholas Pierce, Bailey Turley, Noah Welborn and Hailey Yetter were listed on the Northwest Missouri State …

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SMITHVILLE — A weeklong virtual challenge aims to draw Smithvillians outdoors through the first week of April while remaining socially distant.

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LIBERTY — Due to increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases, Liberty Parks and Recreation closes its basketball, pickleball, volleyball and tennis courts, Bennett Park skatepark and all of Stocksdale Park by the end of day today, Tuesday, March 30, until further notice.

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SMITHVILLE — All playgrounds in Smithville are temporarily closed to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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CLAY COUNTY — As of 5 p.m., Thursday, April 2, Clay County Public Health reports the number of positive COVID-19 patients that live outside Kansas City in Clay County rose by three from Wednesday, April 1, to 23.

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LIBERTY — Stephanie Phillips, a Liberty High School graduate and current Pittsburg State University student, has decided to take her passion of cosplaying Disney princesses to reach out to children and families during this time of isolation due to the coronavirus.

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Everyone can help stop the spread of COVID-19 disease by washing their hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after coughing, sneezing or blowing your nose. If soap and water are not available, the Centers for Disease Co…

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You budgeted all winter, building up the cash that would take you on vacation this summer. And now all your plans are in doubt. Now we have the coronavirus rampaging around the globe, with more cases popping up in more countries on a daily basis. Do you dare to still go on your vacation?

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Lamb is a popular dish around the world, especially at Easter. The tradition is rooted in the Jewish holiday of Passover, which celebrates the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. With all the history associated with serving lamb at Easter, you may wonder why ham is so popular…

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